Globe Inmate Search


Globe Inmate Search refers to the process of finding information about individuals who are incarcerated in the Globe area, particularly in Globe, Arizona.

This search can be conducted through various sources such as the Globe Police Department, Gila County Jail facilities, and online inmate data search platforms.

The search typically provides details about current arrest records, inmate rosters, visitation hours, and inmate accounts.

To perform a Globe Inmate Search, one can consult the Globe Police Department, Gila County Sheriff’s Office, or use online inmate data search tools provided by the Arizona Department of Corrections.

Globe Inmate Search

Inmate Search and Prison Roster

  1. Go to the Gila County Jail Inmate Search page.
  2. Type the person’s first and last name. Full names work best.
  3. Click “Search”.
  4. Look at the list and choose the right person based on their birthday.
  5. Click their name to see more details

What you can find:

  • Booking number (ID for each person)
  • Full name
  • Birthday
  • Release date (if known)
  • Charges against them


  • Spell the name correctly.
  • If you don’t find them, they might be released or moved to another jail

Instructions for Money Deposits – Jail Visitation Lobby Window

You can add money to an inmate’s account anytime, day or night, throughout the year. Just head to the Jail Visitation Lobby Window and follow these steps:

  • Bring a money order or cashier’s check.
  • Show a valid ID with your photo, like your driver’s license.
  • There’s no limit on how much you can deposit.

Important reminders:

  • No personal checks or debit/credit cards.
  • Double-check the receipt before leaving to make sure everything is correct.

Inmate Commissary

Imagine the jail has its little store, just like the corner shop down the street. Inmates can buy things they need and want from this store, like:

  • Clothes: T-shirts, underwear, and socks
  • Paper goods: Writing paper, stamps, and envelopes
  • Snacks: To keep them from getting too hungry
  • Hygiene items: Soap, shampoo, and other things to stay clean

The money to pay for these things comes from two places:

  • Phone calls: When inmates make phone calls, a small part of the cost goes to the commissary store.
  • Purchases: When inmates buy things at the store, the money they spend also goes back into the store.

Here’s what inmates can’t do:

  • They can’t have friends or family bring them clothes or other items directly. They have to buy them at the commissary store.

Clothing & Personal Property

When someone gets booked into the jail, all their personal belongings are packed up in a bag and sealed shut.

There are a few exceptions:

  • Clothes: Inmates can keep their regular clothes to wear in the jail.
  • Trial clothes: If an inmate has a court hearing or trial, they can ask for special clothes to wear for those occasions. These clothes will be given to them and taken back after their court appearances.

Anything else the inmates bring with them, like jewelry, books, or electronics, will stay sealed in the bag until they are released.

Serving an Out-of-County Sentence

  • First day: It costs $175 to stay on your first day.
  • After that: Every day after the first costs $90.
  • Pay upfront: You have to pay the entire amount for your whole sentence before you even get to jail. So, if your sentence is 10 days, you’d need to pay $1,075 ($175 + 90 x 9) right away.

Working Outside the Jail Facility while serving a Sentence

Want to work outside the jail while you’re serving your sentence? You’ll need permission from the jail staff first. They’ll decide if you’re a good fit for the Work Release Program.

If you get approved, there’s a fee: of $59.50 for each week you work. And here’s the catch: you have to pay the entire fee for the week the Sunday before you start working. No partial payments are allowed, so make sure you have the full amount ready.

Personal Property Releases

1. Getting stuff back happens at the jail, every day.

2. If an inmate gets sent to prison, their stuff needs to be picked up right away, on sentencing day.

3. Whoever’s picking up the stuff needs to show a valid ID, like a driver’s license.

4. If the inmate moves to another jail, any snacks or goodies they bought in the jail store (called “commissary”) need to be picked up within 3 days, or they’ll be thrown away.

5. Any other belongings not picked up within 30 days after the inmate leaves the jail will also be thrown away.

Money Releases

An inmate can send money from their account to someone outside the jail, but there are a few things to know:

  1. The inmate needs to fill out a form first. This tells the jail to whom to send the money and how much.
  2. The money will be sent as a check to the person the inmate named. They’ll need to show a valid ID, like a driver’s license, to pick it up.
  3. The inmate can’t send money to other inmates. Their money can only go to people outside the jail.
  4. If the inmate gets released, any money left in their account will be given to them as a check.

Gila County Jail Contact Information

  • Mailing Address:Gila County Jail 1100 South Street Globe, AZ 85501
  • Phone Number: (928) 402-1875

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